Eye On City Hall

July 8, 2019 thewire 0

The sciatica been actin’ up and I didn’t get to my seat at the council chamber this month. Special thanks to Molly fer letting me watch the city council meetings on her computer. Good on the Diane for showin’ up and speakin’ at the D Day event at Confederation Park. […]

James Mckenty

James McKenty @ Market Hall, Sunday July 28

July 8, 2019 thewire 0

In 2002, James McKenty wrote and recorded his debut album, Restless Soul. Much to his surprise, music fans and fellow musicians received the album with open hearts, making Restless Soul the talk of the town. James was awarded the emerging artist award and went on to write four studio albums […]

park it

July 2, 2019 thewire 0

so I saw in the news that the new park on charlote st is going to take longer to make. willie who lives under the bridge says its cause of all the do gooders who complain about that kind of stuff. bob who used to sleep on the couch until […]

Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks: July 2019

July 2, 2019 thewire 0

So it snowed in Mexico. More like ice and hail, but whatever it was, it wasn’t right. I know some climate change denier will say, that stuff happens and it’s just the natural change of things. They’re most often the folks that point to snow in subtropical climates and quip […]

30th Havelock Jamboree: August 14-18, 2019

July 2, 2019 thewire 0

30th Anniversary of the Havelock Country Jamboree.  Canada’s Largest Live Country Music and Camping Festival! Thank you to all of those that joined us for our 29th Annual Show.  Our show Features over 25 entertainers performing on twin stages over a 4 day period.  Come and enjoy the experience of a […]

Interview: Crystal Shawanda

July 2, 2019 thewire 0

Crystal Shawanda burst onto the music scene in 2008 after her debut album “Dawn of a New Day” hit the Canadian Country Albums charts at number 2, and the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at number 16. Poised to be Canada’s next big country star, instead she opted to follow […]